Facebook Has Officially Launched Its New Photo App, Slingshot
Photos and videos that don't stick around forever allow for sharing that's more expressive, raw and spontaneous. We can connect the same way we like to live: in the moment. We've enjoyed using Snapchat to send each other ephemeral messages and expect there to be a variety of apps that explore this new way of sharing. With Slingshot, we saw an opportunity to create something new and different: a space where you can share everyday moments with lots of people at once.To get started on Slingshot, shoot a photo or video. It can be what you're up to, who you're with or a quick selfie. Add some text and color, then sling it to a bunch of friends. Here's the deal: friends won't be able to see your shot until they sling something back to you. They can then reply with a reaction-or simply swipe your shot away. Using Slingshot has made us feel closer, and we can't wait for others to try it out. It's the second app from Facebook Creative Labs and is available today starting in the U.S. on iPhone (iOS7) and Android (Jelly Bean and KitKat).
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